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Craig Sims

Craig Sims joined KTBS 3 News in November 2011 as a Multimedia Journalist. Hailing from Stevenson, AL, which is just minutes away from both Tennessee and Georgia, Craig is thrilled to now call the Ark-La-Tex home. 

He graduated from the University of South Alabama in May 2011 with a degree in Communication and a minor in Political Science. Craig served as a reporter for his campus news station JagTv News and was active in many campus political clubs. While attending South Alabama he also interned with WALA Fox 10 News, the number one station in the Mobile/Pensacola market at the time. During his experiences, Craig developed the belief that journalism is about serving and bettering society.

When he's not investigating a story, Craig loves to spend his time watching the latest movies, exploring the world, keeping in touch with friends and family or trying to finish his fiction novel.

Craig believes no voice should go unheard. So, if you have a story that needs to be told, he says don't hesitate to send your message to csims@ktbs.com

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